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Seventh Seven Hills Triathlon returns to Port on Aug. 13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ozaukee Press   
Thursday, 11 August 2016 16:29

Tests of endurance and athleticism will be on display at the annual City of Seven Hills Triathlon in Port Washington on Saturday, Aug. 13.

The seventh annual sprint triathlon for ages 14 through adult starts with a 400-meter swim, followed by a 20-kilometer bike ride and 5K run.

The third annual super sprint triathlon for children ages 11 to 13 starts with a 150-meter swim, followed by a 7K bike ride and 2K run.

After participating in the first leg at Pirates’ Hollow Waterpark, triathletes will  cycle and run on courses through the city. Races start at 6 a.m. 

Registration fees for the sprint triathlon are $30 for Port residents and $40 for nonresidents. The fees for the super sprint triathlon are $25 for residents and $35 for nonresidents. 

Awards will be given to the top male and female entrants in age groups and relays. Early registrants receive T-shirts.

The registration deadline is 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11.

For more information, call the Port Parks and Recreation Department at 284-5881.

Dirkse stands with Big East elite PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 03 August 2016 19:46

CG-Belgium outfielder’s hitting, fielding skills land him on all-league first team

A trio of Cedar Grove-Belgium players caught the eyes of coaches in voting for All-Big East Conference baseball awards this season.sports1

Matt Dirkse, a junior outfielder, was the Rockets’ top honoree by receiving first-team recognition.

Given honorable mention were Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Cameron Kirst, a junior outfielder, and Jason von Heimburg, a sophomore pitcher.

Dirkse led the Rockets with a .371 batting average, .458 on-base percentage and .548 slugging percentage.

He was led Cedar Grove-Belgium with 11 stolen bases and had a .967 fielding average with only one error.

“Matt had an excellent season,” Rockets coach Tom Race said.

Hundreds of sailors expected in Port during 30th Clipper Cup race Aug. 12 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 03 August 2016 19:45

The 30th annual Clipper Cup race across Lake Michigan is expected to bring hundreds of sailors to Port Washington on Friday, Aug. 12.

“This is the biggest race that finishes in Port,” David Kasun, Port Washington Yacht Club fleet captain, said.

“If 60 boats enter this race, that’s about 300 people who will be coming to Port. That’s a huge group of sailors.”

Crews will sail 77 miles from Muskegon, Mich., to Port. 

Organized by the Port Washington and Muskegon yacht clubs, the Clipper Cup began in June 1987, and at that time was sailed from Port Washington to Muskegon.

The course was eventually reversed, and in 1997, under the leadership of the late Bert Smith and the Port Washington Yacht Club, the race was moved to August to take advantage of better weather. 

The Clipper Cup was only cancelled once, in 2012, because of dangerous lake conditions.

Crews competing in this year’s race are expected to remain in Port at least through Saturday, Aug. 13, when the Port Washington Yacht Club will host an awards banquet.

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